For more than twenty-five years, the mission of The New Jersey Association of Community Providers (NJACP) has been to assist member agencies as they provide quality supports and services for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
NJACP Member Agencies provide services and supports for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, including, but not limited to, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, traumatic brain injuries, and communication impairments. Many individuals also have a vision and/or hearing impairments, medical, physiological, and physical disabilities. The broad range of services and supports provided by NJACP member agencies offer people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities opportunities to have a choice, enabling people to form community connections, develop relationships, increase their independence, and live fully engaged, meaningful lives in the community. Through their services and supports, agencies belonging to NJACP improve the overall quality of life of the people they serve.
NJACP advocates for a high standard of practice and professional competence in the human services field and among community providers. We value the uniqueness and individuality of the persons we serve throughout our membership agencies. NJACP is driven by its mission to protect and promote the rights and quality of life for people who have intellectual and other developmental disabilities.